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Collaborative Annotation Creation and Access in a Multimodal Environment with Heterogeneous Devices for Decision Support and for Experience Sharing

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1 Author(s)
Robert, C. ; Lab. Lorrain de Rech. en Inf. et ses Applic., Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy

The importance of annotation as personal expression of individuals on documents of interest can not be over emphasized in decision support systems and experience sharing. An annotation model (AMIE: annotation model for information exchange) proposed the integration of the peculiarity of annotation creator for decision making. The fact that annotation can assist in decision making was well discussed in AMIE. If annotation is to be used for decision support, peculiarity of decision maker must be given proper attention specifically when it has to do with collaborative efforts. It is a known fact that more and more decision makers are favored to the use of divergent access to information devices including PDA and other non convectional devices. Possibility of information access specifically in annotation through divergent sources must be considered with substantial attention. The work gave a reviewed description of AMIE model in relation to divergences of information sources. It presented efforts made in making annotation available across divergent devices in a collaborative environment for decision making and for experience sharing. The platform of Microsoft visual studio dot net was used to experiment the proposal. Database running on SQI server CE from PDA was synchronized to the standard SQI server to permit divergent information creation and access.

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Sensor Networks, Ubiquitous and Trustworthy Computing, 2008. SUTC '08. IEEE International Conference on

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11-13 June 2008